China


REVEALED: Hunter Biden's text messages show Joe Biden meeting with Chinese energy company

Text messages reveal Hunter Biden personally arranging a meeting with his business associates and Joe Biden in May 2017 to discuss a major deal with a Chinese energy company despite past denials from the Democratic presidential nominee.

Mia Cathell

Trudeau government still buying PPE from a Chinese government that commits 'genocide as well as crimes against humanity'

Canadians may have unintentionally supported slave labour in China through the purchasing of masks and pandemic supplies, The Department of Public Works admitted on July 24.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Foreign Affairs Committee: Chinese Communist Party is committing genocide—with corporate blessing

"This is the largest mass detention of a minority community since the Holocaust."

Noah David Alter

Former Hunter Biden business associate confirms Joe Biden is 'the big guy'

A former business associate of Hunter Biden has come forward to confirm that 'the Big Guy,' as referenced in an email laying out cash amounts for a Chinese influence peddling scheme, was in fact Joe Biden.

Libby Emmons

O'Toole gets tough on China while Trudeau shows gutless cowardice

O’Toole is showing strong leadership with his tough response, as he makes it clear that Canada won’t be threatened and pushed around.

Spencer Fernando

O'Toole calls Chinese ambassador's comments a 'thinly veiled threat'

In a statement, O'Toole called the Chinese Ambassador's comments a "barely veiled threat to the 300,000 Canadians in Hong Kong."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Canada rejects Chinese warning against granting asylum to Hong Kong protesters

Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said that Cong’s comments were "totally unacceptable and disturbing."

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

China claims that US presence in Taiwan Strait creates regional instability

China denounced the sailing of the Destroyer class battleship the USS Barry through the international waters of the Taiwan Strait on Wednesday.

Leonardo Briceno

China censors French Genghis Khan exhibit, object to mentions of Mongolian Empire

They objected the use of the terms "Mongol," "empire," and even "Genghis Khan," and demanded control over brochures, legends, maps, and more.

Noah David Alter

Chinese president tells his troops to get ready for war

Xi has issued a notice to his country’s military that they should prepare for war, signalling a significant change in the superpower’s foreign policy.

Nico Johnson

Debate commission member has ties to CCP, anti-Trump Soros project

A new report reveals that a member of the Commission on Presidential Debates has ties to two entities that render her involvement questionable.

Celine Ryan

Pence's answers on China censored by CCP during vice-presidential debate

The Vice President's comments on Chinese-American relations were replaced by the words "NO SIGNAL PLEASE STAND BY."

Noah David Alter

Chinese delegate met with Trudeau twice; allegedly ran illegal casino with 11 guns found, $1 million seized

Wei Wei, a Chinese government delegate who had met with Justin Trudeau twice during cash-for-access fundraisers, allegedly ran an illegal casino.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Billboard company refuses to run ad mocking LeBron James' kowtowing to Chinese government

The Virginia-based National Legal and Policy Center was to spend “several hundred thousand dollars” on five billboards featuring NBA star LeBron James with a Chinese flag covering his mouth stating “Silence is Violence.”

Ian Miles Cheong

Protest staged in Toronto against China's human rights violations

Amid calls for Canada and the rest of the world to stand up to the CCP, several urged for Canada to implement the Magnitsky sanctions against the Chinese government.

Beth Baisch